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Clinton festival, show kicks off summer

Tate Park in Clinton will again host the Clinton Summerfest and Antique Tractor Show on Saturday, June 12, from 9 a.m

Former Macon resident honored for capture of Confederacy president

On Sunday, May 23, Macon resident William Harrison Crittenden was recognized with a plaque on his gravestone to comme

Hive Project partners close on property, welcome co-working members

The former Boysville property at 8759 Clinton Macon Rd.

City selected to host development fellow for ‘21-22

The City of Tecumseh was chosen by the Community Economic Development Association of Michigan (CEDAM) as one of 10 co

MISSING PERSON - Dee Warner

PRESS RELEASE — On April 25th Dee Warner was reported missing by her family.

Sunderland Insurance celebrates 60 years and a new beginning

This year is the 60th anniversary of Sunderland Insurance, a fixture in downtown Tecumseh.

Council considers proposal to use tote containers for trash pickup

Tecumseh’s current contract for weekly trash pickup with Stevens Disposal expires June 30, leaving six weeks and two

Farmers market to open on schedule Saturday

Last year’s precautions delayed the start of Tecumseh’s Farmers Market until June, but this year the market will be r

TYT takes ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to the great outdoors

The Tecumseh Youth Theatre (TYT) will present “Beauty and the Beast” beginning May 20 with performances from area stu

Davis returns, Zajac reverses

Changes were a frequent topic at the Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS) board meeting Monday night.

Tecumseh Art Walk to feature 28 artists, 3 musicians

Tecumseh’s 13th Annual Art Walk will bring more than two dozen artists to the city on Friday, May 14 from 6-9 p.m., w

Mayor rebukes Swift after attempt to shame council

Tecumseh Mayor Jack Baker apologized Monday after reacting to criticism from local resident Bill Swift who has public

Outdoor benefit for CLC features food, games, music and auction, including an African Safari

The biggest fundraiser of the year for Community Learning Connections (CLC) of the Tecumseh Area, a nonprofit with pr

Clinton says yes to $34.8 million bond proposal, Tecumseh pool millage renewal passes

Two bond proposals on the May 4 ballot, one to continue funds to operate the Tecumseh Community Pool at Tecumseh Publ

Tecumseh woman reported missing

Crime Stoppers of Lenawee is asking for the public’s help locating a missing person.

Two bond proposals on Tuesday’s ballot

Two bond proposals are on local ballots for the May 4 Consolidated Election, both of them connected to school distric

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